WL West & Son Ltd; Sawmillers Timber Merchants Fencing Contractors

W.L.WEST & SONS LTD Est.1865

inc. PRO Fencing

Sawmillers Timber Merchants Fencing Contractors
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WLW Environmental Policy


Meeting European Timber Regulations (EUTR)

As members of the Timber Trade Federation we are signatories to the mandatory Reponsible Purchasing Policy. We undertake risk assessments of our timber purchases, this checks our suppliers and ensures that we rule out any risk of illegally produced timber entering into the supply chain.  Low risk timber is where there is a low risk of illegal timber enetering the supply chain due to a strong system of regulatory control in the country of origin or the species is from a low risk source such as a plantation.  ‘All of our timber has been risk-assessed in accordance with the TTF’s RPP commitments.’

The RPP meets the requirements of the European Timber Regulations (EUTR) which came into place on 6 March 2013.

A copy of our certificate can be downloaded by clicking on the certificate below.

Details of the EUTR can be found at:  Regulation (EU) No 995/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 October 2010 FINAL. 

You can link to the legislation by clicking on the link above. More information can be obtained from the links below:

Timber Trade Federation - Information on EU Timber Regulations

European Commission information on EU Timber Regulations

W.L. West & Sons Ltd recognises the need for sustainable development and continually aims to improve the environmental effect of its activities, to achieve this we will: -

Establish sound environmental management by: -

  • Meeting or improving upon relevant legislative, regulatory and environmental codes of practice.
  • Developing objectives that target environmental improvements and monitor performance by regular review.
  • Considering any environmental issues in the decision-making process.
  • Developing a relationship with suppliers and contractors so that we all recognise our environmental responsibilities.
  • Educating staff so that they carry out their activities in an environmentally responsible manner.

Provide for the effective use of resources by: -

  • Promoting waste minimisation by recycling or finding other uses for byproducts whenever economically viable.
  • Promoting the efficient use of resources, energy and fuel throughout the organisation's operations.

Co-operate with: -

  • The communities in which we operate.
  • The Government, regulatory bodies and other interested parties with the shared vision of being a good and trusted neighbour.